Learn more about the Holocaust by viewing our collection.
Saturday & Sunday: 11am–5pm
Closed New Years Day, Easter, First Day of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years Eve.
The VHM closes at 1PM the day before Thanksgiving.
The Virginia Holocaust Museum is always free and open to the public.
Free parking is provided for museum guests in our lot on Cary Street
Buses may park in the overflow parking on Dock Street.
2000 East Cary Street
Richmond, Virginia 23223
Ways to Support
Due to your generous support the Virginia Holocaust Museum is able to remain free and open to the public.
- 24 JanRead more
Thank you to Make Yourself at Home RVA for interviewing Holocaust Survivor, Roger Loria and our Executive Director, Sam Asher in honor of International Holocaust
- 20 JanRead more
We are sorry to inform you that Sonia Brodecki passed away Wednesday, January 15, 2020. We mourn her passing with her family. Sonia was born
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- Thank you to @myVPM for speaking with Dr. Roger Loria, 75 years after he escaped #Auschwitz with his mother, and sh… https://t.co/p5IxEPK2dh 1 hour ago
- Ted Lehman is a #Holocaust survivor and spoke extensively of his time in Auschwitz with us in 2004. Hear Ted’s stor… https://t.co/SVhFrlgZL0 2 days ago
- Between 1940-1945, it is estimated that the SS and police deported at least 1.3 million people to the Auschwitz cam… https://t.co/VTXInCgT09 2 days ago